Is your headphone jack broken and snapped inside on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac? If so, then it’s the right place to solve your problem. Sometimes this problem might happen on your iPhone, iPad, or MacBook Pro. After that, I researched this problem. Then I got some solutions to solve the issue. These solutions have been solved for many people and they are mentioned below. This solution works with other devices like MP3 players, laptops, and TV which have a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
Solution 1: Use BIC Pen or Ear Cleaning Stick
This BIC pen or biro is the best one to remove the broken headphone jack on your device. First, remove the inner tube of the pen, then take the opposite side of the nib. Instead, push it from the headphone socket and remove the broken headphone jack on your device.
Note: Find a pen in which one outer diameter will fit in the iPhone or iPad hole and the inner diameter will fit the broken earphone jack easily. Use the end of the ink pen cartridge. If you need an alternative for the BIC pen tube, use an ear cleaning stick (remove the sponge from one side.).
Solution 2: Use Thumbtack
BIC pen or biro is not working, then use the thumbtack. The Foremost thing is, to take the thumbtack and puck it on the headphone socket on your device. Then the broken piece of headphones and then twist the thumbtack a couple of times. If you felt the thumbtack had a grasp, pull it out with a broken piece.
Solution 3: Use the Super Glue at the end of the plug
Many of them had told me this solution has worked like a charm. Let me explain what it is, take a bit of super glue and insert it into the earphone plug. And then wait for some time, if the broken headphone jack is attached, then your problem is solved.
Solution 4: Use Krazy glue with tooth Pick jack
Put some Krazy glue at the end of the toothpick and stick it in the jack. Wait some time to dry. Then pull it out.
Solution 5: Gripstick Headphone Extraction Tool
If the above mention solution is not worked, then try this Gripstick to remove the broken headphone jack on your device. First, pull the Gripstick out, try to pinch the Gripstick with your fingers as you pull. This will help to grip the broken piece of the jack and pull it out.
Guys, I hope you removed the broken headphone jack on your device. Now, I thought you saved the 100$ to remove the jack on your device at home itself. After that, if you liked this article, then share it with your friends and others. Since, if you have any other suggestions regarding this article, mention them in the comment section below. And keep supporting iPhonetopics.com.